How is research conducted at RAND?
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How is research conducted at RAND
- Research is conducted by multidisciplinary research teams composed of researchers from diverse disciplines (e.g., social sciences, economics, statisticians, computer scientists, law and business experts, political science experts, etc), including 42 psychologists.
- Research teams are supported by specialized resources to faciliate research, including departments to help collect data (e.g., survey research group), help analyze the results (e.g., expert statisticians on staff), and help craft research reports and grant proposals (e.g., research communications department).
- Work environment is fast-paced and involves managing multiple projects simultaneously.
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